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Non-discrimination in terms of fundamental legal principles of equality

Author: Popescu Nicolae
Degree:doctor of law
Speciality: 12.00.01 - General Theory of Law, History of State and Law, History of Political and Law Doctrines
Scientific adviser: Andrei Smochină
doctor habilitat, professor, Institute of History of the ASM
Institution: Free International University of Moldova
Scientific council: DH 15-12.00.01-25.12.03
Institute of History of the ASM


The thesis was presented on the 5 March, 2011
Approved by NCAA on the 12 May, 2011


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equality, multiculturalism, ethnic diversity, stereotypes, prejudice, tolerance,gender,discrimination,rights,freedoms,ageism,racism,xenophobia,intolerance,ombudsman,democracy


Dissertation structure: introduction, three chapters, conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 155 titles, 2 annexes, 177 pages of basic text, 7 tables.

Number of publications on the topic sentence: 12 results are published in scientific papers.

Study domain and objectives of the work: complex examination of the phenomenon of discrimination in light of contemporary constitutionalism, by building a society of non-discrimination in Romania and development, by virtue of this, the concept of eliminating discrimination.

Scientific novelty and originality: to study complex phenomena of discrimination and, in this sense, the concept of local development in contemporary doctrine of the elimination of forms of discrimination by developing and proposing new principles results, which allow to draw conclusions, generalizations and laws of scientific likely to generate original solutions for science and practice in eliminating discrimination.

Theoretical significance: the results of investigations will contribute to further development of science to the general theory of law, the legal protection of human rights and in particular, to deepen the theoretical knowledge on forms of discrimination.

Practical value of the work: the analysis of forms of discrimination in terms of social practice has been argued that discrimination can lead to separatism, terrorism, mass disorders and other social movements.